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's to be constitutional. meanwhile, mitt romney keeps running away, away from his signature achievement as massachusetts governor. health care reform and the individual mandate. tonight we've got the m.i.t. professor who advised both president obama and mitt romney on health care, and he said, professor, they're the same bleeping bill. talk about stepping on your own message again. romney tried to take over the open mic moment but made a more damaging statement himself. that the russians are our number one the geopolitical faux. can you cool it with the evil empire talk, governor? and the latest information on the trayvon martin case. let's get everything we can tonight on the table. finally, let me finish tonight with mitt romney's declaration of hostility toward modern russia. we begin with day two at the supreme court. what a day. justice correspondent pete williams, was this a bad day at black rock for the president, to use an old movie title? >> a bad die at the day /- day at the white temple. >> yes, it wasn't a great day for the administration, chris. it's always risky to predict how the court is
? and that's pretty cool ♪ >> shannon: while romney almost's republican challengers try to stay in bout and claim it's not over until it's over, vice president biden is starting to work from the other side of the ring. chief washington correspondent james rosen tracks the punches and counter punchs. >> joe biden. >> campaigning as an engineering firm in iowa, vice president biden unleashed a scorching attack on mitt romney, casting the g.o.p. front-runner as an enemy of american manufacturing. >> as governor of massachusetts, he repeatedly slashed funding for workforce training in manufacturing, specifically. more tax cut goes to companies that create jobs over here. the romney tax cut goes to companies that create jobs overseas. >> focused on romney's tenure at bain capital, reviving a line of attack used for a time by romney's g.o.p. rivals an the vice president also made use of mockery. >> governor romney's called the president of the united states out of touch, out of touch. romney? i mean -- [ applause ] the romney campaign shot back with a statement arguing under mr. biden's law,
. the obama campaign takes no chances sending vice president biden back out to hammer mitt romney. the supreme court wraps up three days of high-stakes debate about the obama health care law. some parts are overturned, what will congress do? >>> up first, some dramatic breaking news. new details of jetblue flight 191 and new federal charges against the pilot alleged to have gone on a rampage and screamed about a bomb on boar. captain clayton osborn is accused of interfering with the flight crew. listen to this outburst captured bypass jers. >> oh, my god, imso distraught. we've got israel. we've got iraq. >> lizzie has been pouring over this new affidavit. >> a lot of details are eyebrow raising. it walks us through what happened in the cockpit and the cabin. what you realize is that pretty quickly, the first officer had a sense something wasn't quite right. i want to read to you a couple parts of the affidavit after cruising cruisi cruising altitude. he yelled over the radio to air traffic control and instructed them to be quiet, turned off the radios and started dimming the mon stores and ad
speaker of the house andence harry reid stays as minority leader. >> mitt romney was on the tonight show last night. he was asked about this. he said look people you have the act now which guarantees coverage to people who were never eligible for coverage before. if the individual mandate is thrown out, how can you get them coverage? his only answer was to explain what the individual mandate did. >> and make the case for free riders can't exist in society. >> there are a lot of american who's don't believe it's the responsibility of the government to have universal health care, as a society. we differ from every other industrialized democracy in that respect. people are not passionate about getting people who don't have the health care health care. >> and even those who need the health care aren't passionate necessarily about getting it. brook, silva-braga, thank you for joining us. we look forward to more reporting. coming up, one candidate is doing some remodeling while another doing campaign restructuring. will it help either one clinch the nomination? we'll talk about that next on "n
campaign is waking up to good news. the polls show the president's numbers rising and romney's falling in key swing states. speaking of waking up to good news, fellow dodger fans, the long baseball nightmare may be over thanks to magic johnson and friends. a $2 billion solution? wow. it's wednesday, march 28th, 2012. i'm chuck todd and let's get to the first reads of the morning. the health insurance mandate is found unconstitutional. can the rest of the health care law survive. that's the question they take up in less than an hour. by all accounts, the challengers of the law had the upper hand. the health care mandate is in trouble. sandra day o'connor said you have to be able to count to five. prognostication based on oral arguments is not a science. the number five sounded skeptical of the government's argument beginning with the justice who may be key, anthony kennedy. >> when you were changing the relation in a unique way, do you not have a heavy burden of justification to show authorization under the constitution? >> it was clear from the out set the other two who might have a br
. then the romney campaign hits a speed bump, somebody make share that dog is still on the roof. and my guest dr. david page has new insights on the future of dna. yeah, yeah, yeah, dna. do we get flying cars or not. a canadian court has legalized brothels. but by the time all those layers of wall come off, the hour's up. this is "the colbert report." captioning sponsored by comedy central ( theme song playing ) ( cheers and applause ) , everybody. >> stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! (cheers and applause) >> stephen: thank you. >> stephen: thank you ladies and gentlemen. thank you so much. you're very kind. welcome to the report. good to you have with us. folks, i have to tell you, a day without you chanting is like a day without sunshine. last week i took a little break from the winter deep freeze down in the islands. i was sipping daiquiries on the beach, enjoying 84 degrees while you suckers were stuck here shivering your balls off in 82 degrees. (laughter) now spring has sprung a little early this year. and so i'm going to say what everyone is
. as always, thanks for helping us make some sense. >> thank you keith. >> >> governor romney now saying maybe he's the godfather of health care reform and he has a right to kill health care reform. rick santorum saying he is the worst governor on health care reform and maybe you want to capital one is issuing a venture double miles challenge. show us how much you spent last year and we'll give you 2 miles for every dollar spent on your travel reward card. up to 100,000 miles! hawaii, here we come. claim your miles at today! what's in your wallet? can you play games on that? not on the runway. no. >> as late as last weekend rick son was saying at best mitt romney was on health care the worst republican to run against president obama, now says he might run with him. first the sanity break. the greatest movie actresses born on this date, gloria swanson. she starred at age 15, by 19, hollywood's leading lady, she turned down a contract for a million dollars a year, nominated for the first academy award at 30. she worked in getting persecuted jews out of europe, made a comeback
, nobody protects you like allstate. etch-a-sketch candidate, an image where romney is anti gas. i'm a lobster girl. top quality lobster is all we catch. [ male announcer ] don't miss red lobster's lobsterfest. the only time of year you can savor 12 exciting lobster entrees, like lobster lover's dream i'm laura mclennan and i sea food differently. >> when the presumed swing vote asks the health care question beginning with assume this is unprecedented, this is a step beyond what our cases ever loud, should we assume the mandate is in trouble? john turley, next. >>people like somebody who's got a spine. >>determined to find solutions... >>we need government to ensure that people have freedom. >>driven to find the truth... >>what's really going on? >>fearless, independent and above all, politically direct. ?ñ i think its brilliant. >>current tv welcomes two new hosts. news and analysis with a washington perspective from an emmy winning insider. >>i know this stuff and i love it and i try to bring that to the show. >>and humor and politics with a west coast edge. >>politica
-digit lead over romney and santorum in one national poll. another survey has obama leading both republicans in three big swing states. catch these. florida, ohio, and not so much, in pennsylvania. >>> and mind the gender gap. the great frank rich joins us tonight. he says the gop has turned into a stag party. >>> finally, let me finish with a staggering prospect that a 5-4 supreme court could demolish health care, after all that this country put into making it law. we begin at supreme court itself at the building and nbc news justice correspondent pete williams. now the third day, is this another bad day for obama-care, if you will? >> reporter: i think it is, chris. it does seem that all of the justices agree that if the insurance requirement is found unconstitutional, some parts of the law have to go. and they probably all agree that two things would go. one is the ban on insurance companies refusing to give coverage for preexisting conditions and the other is a set of rules on when companies how they can set their rates. now, beyond that, i think the safest part of the law are those furt
mitt romney and rick santorum. what the voters are saying now. >>> another millionaire moment from mitt romney. we have the latest on the fancy upgrade plans for his california beach house with its four-car garage and car elevator. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." -- captions by vitac -- >> it's looking more and more as if the supreme court will cut the heart out of health care reform law. that's the part which would require americans to buy insurance if that mandate is found unconstitutional and we won't know it until june. it's an open question whether the rest of the law could survive. the court wrapped up three days of historic arguments today. cnn's congressional correspondent kate bolduan and our legal analyst jeffrey toobin, they were both inside during the oral arguments. let's start with kate. what's your take, kate? how did it go today? >> wolf, after three days of oral arguments and four issues being debated and more than six hours of debate, this historic case is a bit exhausting and i'm sure even for the justices and for the attorneys arguing
when i go home. i'm not sure yet. >> jon: what you think of mitt romney he's a step up from the taco mayor. it was pretty clear it was primarily meant in romney's record on health care. it wasn't the most artful phrasing but you would you haveo go out of the way to misrepresent it. let's do that. >> you said mitt romney was the wore the republican in the country. >> what speech did you listen to? >> right here. >> stop lying. i said he was the worst republican to run on the issue of obamacare and that's what i was talking about. >> jon: arrrhg. i'm angry. agggrrr. i kind of like guy with a little fire in his belly. probably not going to push tight far, right, rick? >> to run against the barack obama on the issue of health care. i've been saying it in every speech quit distorting my words. if i see it, it's (bleep). >> jon: i did not see that coming. rick santorum a conservative swearing at a reporter. i think this is how he should talk from now on. i believe life begins at (bleep) conception. you got a problem with that (bleep). boom! [ laughter ] arrrrggghh,. i just wanted to see th
's campaign for president. we'll have details there. >>> plus, mitt romney goes on "leno" and plays a little word association with the names of the other candidates. this ought to be fun. we'll see how it went later in the show. >>> first, let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city. the third and final day of arguments over president obama's health care law begins at the supreme court just a few hours from now. today, the justices will consider whether the entire law should be overturned if the individual mandate is ruled unconstitutional. right now, it's unclear how the justices view that mandate, but tough questioning yesterday pointed to some serious doubt from members of the court that congress has the authority to require americans to buy medical insurance. justice anthony kennedy, who could be the key swing vote in this case pressed the administration's lawyer for an answer. >> here, the government is saying that the federal government has a duty to tell the individual citizen that it must act, and that is different from what we have in previous cases. >>
does mitt romney want to destroy his $12 million house? >> 8100 square feet! >> i'll tell you what, you might not believe what he's going to put in place of that house. it's unreal. you know what else it is? it's go time. >> now we find out from abc news in the in the trayvon martin case the 17-year-old african-american that was shot by george zimmerman where there's been no arrest, the leading investigator wanted to arrest zimmerman. he thought they had enough. he didn't believe zimmerman's account of the story. it was he leading the state investigation here, what little there was at the time, who said do not arrest him. so that is a fascinating twist in this case, we'll have to see where pressure comes on then to justify those decisions and now that we know that, it's a terrific thing that wolfinger has stepped aside and there's now a special prosecutor following this case. the fact that the lead prosecutor wanted to arrest him that night is a very important development. that hasn't stopped the conservative attacks against poor trayvon martin. remember he's the one that died. here's e
gingrich defended this strategy. >> until mitt romney has 1,144 locked down solidly i owe it to the people that helped me for the last year to represent their views and values and i find it fascinating, none of you guz call a football team or basketball team and say why don't you drop out? that's exactly why we're downsizing and we need to be able to stay in. >> we will bring in our political panel. steve, i want to read something from salon, the dilusions that sustain newt gingrich. they say what he is doing is accommodating a certain amount of reality without acknowledging it. this way he saves face and money while still getting to insist that he is a candidate for the nomination and he simply is pivoting to a new phase of the can daes sigh and doesn't have to sell his critics they're right, meaning the critics that want him out and saying he can't win. what is the big strategy he is talking about here? >> i think what newt is alluding to is there is still an uphill climb to get to 1,144 delegates by mitt romney. michael steel that devised this system, he was on your network a couple of
on board the jetblue flight. they had to tackle the pilots. republican presidential romney on a late- night talk-show circuit. why he would put texting our top stories. a man is a factor being abducted in riverdale. suspects kidnapped a man on pipa ninth avenue. arrested after a police and the others still on the loose. no one was hurt. police believe the suspects may been. 59thg to probably pumped-- avenue. authorities say there was a the 64 in the trash closet at the fbi was hurt.but nobody hearingeme court the president's law, dayre reform three. court's conservative justices asked sharp questions about a requirement that all americans buy health insurance. students at a fairfax county withl struggling to deal the death of a classmate. 13-year-old alexis jackson was a seventh grader in alexandria. father, 40-year-old john outside and killed her yesterday in then killedd himself. jackson's wife had filed for divorce last year. >> everybody in my school was crying. >> it is sad to know that someone you know is no longer here. >> don jackson was a fairfax years police officer 16 leaving the
the impact of that and a question raised by jaly leno of mitt romney last night on health care. >> seems like children and people with pre-existing conditions should be covered. >> as long as you've been continuously insured you ought to be able to get insurance forward. >> suppose they were never insured. >> if they're 45 years old and show up and say i want insurance because i've got a heart disease, we can't play the game like that. >> chrysalis cillizza, romney ry being questioned rigorously by jaly leno. his answer makes it clear what the differences are between the romney position now at least and the white house position on health care. >> yeah, and you know, andrea what's interesting about this, jay leno whether wittingly or unwittingly hit on something fascinating which is if you look at polling overall on the its affordability care act, it's about low 40% approval, high 40%, maybe low 50% disapproval. if you look at certain elements though, many of the individual elements pre-existing conditions, children under 26 being able to be covered, those things are incredibly popular. it's t
. >>> it is wednesday, march 28th. here is what's happening. ♪ >> mitt romney, it is his world, we just live in it. >> they show up and say i want insurance because i have heart disease. hey, guys, we can't play the game like that. >> the worst person to make the case is mitt romney. >> i don't like vampires personally. i don't know any. >> from la highway ya to the kremlin, making friends across the globe. >> this is without question our number one geo political foe. >> while the president is overseas i think it is appropriate people not be critical. >> it is 2012, not the mid-1970s. >> it is a wonder he is winning. >> you don't have much money, can't win, so it really is an intellectual exercise going forward, is it not? >> rick santorum. >> press secretary. >> it is bull. >> here we go, yo ♪ ♪ . >> we begin with the race for 2012 and mitt romney's tin ear on full display in this week of high-stakes political and legal debate. indeed, the so-called godfather of healthcare mandates was trying to keep as far away as possible from the supreme court hearing that just wrapped up, traveling all th
. then does mitt romney have a porn problem? >> i didn't know we were talking about porn. >> we're not talking about porn. but you and i were talking about porn backstage. >> but in evaluate, mitt romney has made a lot of money off of porn. we'll tell you about that on tonight's program, too. it's go time. ♪ >> all right, welcome to the "the young turks." well, there is the supreme court again talking about the healthcare law, and it's the third day, and it's the third day of bad news. it seems all across the board the media was convinced it had not gone well for the president's proposal. >> it still looks like a train wreck for the obama administration, and it may also be a plane wreck. this entire law is now in serious trouble. >> the cornerstone of president obama's domestic agenda is on life support in a series. stunning developments inside the united states supreme court, and overwhelming executive branch colliding with the high justices of the court in the land. >> how much of a setback is it for the president's re-election campaign if the law is not upheld? >> well, we're not going to
, where this kind of system was tried, where governor romney is now running away from it tried this and put in a very similar system in massachusetts. costs have gone down -- >> costs have not gone down. >> they've gone down 40%, gone up by 14%. >> costs have gone up in massachusetts and that's been the problem with the program. >> costs have gone down by 40%. >> if you keep in mind what cbo said about the medicare program. clearly the payroll tax is not covering the explosion in the cost of the program. this is a major driver of our federal deficits. there are things we can do that will fix the program, preserve medicare and protect it. >> the cbo has said -- the congressional budget office who is non partisan said that the cost of this program, the affordable care act, obama care will reduce the deficit over time and will -- and the entire cost will be about $50 billion over 2012 to 2022 time period, less than was forecast in a forecast that would reduce the deficit. >> well, i have to dispute that. the congressional budget office came out with revised figures two years later
like to you be, and we're doing the appropriate things for the campaign. >> and mitt romney spent the day with jay leno. rick santorum in wisconsin and ron paul is preparing for a town hall at the university of maryland and representative paul joins us live from college park. good to so you tonight. i would ask you the same question put to newt gingrich today. has reality sunk in, perhaps w your campaign given the number of delegates and what a lot of people would think would be a lack of momentum? >> it's not over until someone wins. we're still in the race, and the delegates haven't been counted in a lot of states where we have had some straw votes in. the delegate count doesn't always reflect the straw votes and we're interested. >> are you hoping for a brokered convention? >> that would help us. romney is so far ahead at the moment. a brokered convention is a possibility, the first time they considered it in many, many years, and people try to say it's terrible. you can debate the issues and that is what i'm interested in. >> and perhaps a lot of people would wonder how at thi
. thank you, sir. martha: well, it could be a big problem for mitt romney. new numbers have many rerepublicans worried about the general election. we'll show you numbers that came out today. bill: you're feeling lucky, aren't you? megamillion jackpot numbers worth a cool half billion dollars. you have to be in it to win it. martha: oh, is that right? >> no way i'm going to win. what the heck. never bought a ticket in my life. might as well try today. ♪ bill: some new economic numbers just in now, showing companies investing in new equipment and machinery but the number missed the estimate. commerce department says durable goods orders were up 2.2% last month. the increase follow as steep drop the month before. orders remain nearly 1% below their peak. that was december of '07. durable goods are things that are meant to last three or more years, everything from your toaster to your big ticket it many like the airplane. martha: winning ticket could be worded half a billion dollars, folks. think about that. nobody in 40 states was able to match all six winning numbers. so it keeps
. >>> also, major changes coming to the newt gingrich as mitt romney shows off his sense of humor in late night. >>> lost in the gulf. a life long friend in a fishing trip. a 30-hour ordeal, an agonizing choice. only one making it to land alive. >>> brace yourself, megamillions mania, let the true frenzy begin. we learned overnight that nobody won that $363 million jackpot. >> good morning, everybody. the fbi is now looking into just what triggered that bizarre series of events on board that jetblue flight. >> and those close to clayton osbon say they just cannot imagine what would have caused the veteran pilot to snap. passengers say it could have been much worse if not for the actions of some very brave passengers. we begin the coverage with abc's tahman bradley. >> reporter: in amarillo, texas, the captain of jetblue flight 191 carried off the plane in handcuffs after his co-pilot made an emergency landing amidst this terrifying scene on board captured by cell phone video. passengers holding down the captain who has been identified as clayton osbon. sources say osbon began acting errat
, this is going to be -- it's now clear that neither romney nor santorum nor us is going to get to 1144, which means we are headed headlong into one of the most interesting, open conventions in -- >> let's not get ahead of ourselves. let's just be honest. the odds are that mitt romney or rick santorum, it's really not in santorum's favor either, the odds are romney will get there before any of the other. the math is not there for newt gingrich. to say that the money is coming in at some level, it's not coming in enough for him not to have to pull back. what is it? >> let's start with the first part of your question. to say that the reality is that mitt romney is probably going to get to 1,144, i would not be putting money on the odds in anything in this race. this race has had eight or nine front-runne front-runne front-runners. anything that could have happened, has happened. so to try to cite to conventional wisdom i think is a dangerous thing to do. so as long as we are focused on how we can get to tampa and the manner we can get to tampa, that's what we're going to do. if mitt romney gets
: amazing. amazing. coming up at 6:00 p.m. tonight on fox business network. >> romney is pretty skilled and experienced in understanding about this and could be helpful. >>neil: tom donohue is saying romney is his guy. rarely does he talk to the media. tonight. on fox business network. there for times of war. or disaster. but the president says ben stein -- ben stein thinks this number is more like this number. ♪ when your chain of supply goes from here to shanghai, that's logistics. ♪ ♪ chips from here, boards from there track it all through the air, that's logistics. ♪ ♪ clearing customs like that hurry up no time flat that's logistics. ♪ ♪ all new technology ups brings to me, that's logistics. ♪ >>neil: and now the national average is nine cents shy of $4 a blond and questions the white house will tap into our emergency reserve. according to french officials the white house asked france to join in a possible joint emergency release. and our guest says this is a big mistake. why, phil? >>guest: it is ludicrous. right now there is no shortage of oil. anywhere. we have o
the race is not over. >> romney has to earn this. it is not going to be given to him. >> shepard: what gingrich says has to happen before he would throw in the towel. >>> a basketball legend stepping to the plate to help buy one of the most storied franchises in professional baseball. but does magic johnson have the magic touch to save the dodgers from financial ruin? >>> plus, a pop idol's prank caused an unwanted cause of bieber fever. >> this is not justin bieber's phone number. >> now, one north texas grandma says she is ready to sue. >> shepard: last night we were talking about the craziness that went on in a jetblue flight. we did not know the half of it. federal prosecutors today filed criminal charges against the pilot of the flight 191 and they are revealing incredible details about what happened onboard including what that captain did while he was still in the cockpit before passengers say they had to restrain the captain clayton osbon yesterday after the first officer locked him out of the flight deck. according to the prosecutor's criminal complaint today, crew members said
the moves are part of a new strategy to invest in low-cost communications. he trails mitt romney badly in the battle for republican delegates, but he vows to stay in the race all the way to the convention. >>> gingrich's republican rival rick santorum is back on the trail this hour in wisconsin. he's holding an event where health care was among the top issues on his agenda. he's hammering away at a favorite topic, the health care reform law currently before the u.s. supreme court and why he says it is bad for america. wisconsin is one of two states plus the district of columbia holding contests next tuesday. >>> a new poll of three key swing states offers a snapshot of how a romney versus obama head-to-head match-up would play out. the president leads mitt romney 49% to 42% in florida in a new survey. he leads 47% to 41% in ohio, but in pennsylvania the president is ahead 45% to 42%. a statistical tie within the poll sampling error. all three states are considered crucial for any candidate. since all three are rich in electoral votes and independent voters. >>> just southwest of denver
him, he has one event over the next three days or we haveone event a day rather. mitt romney may be the front front-runner but not winning any popularity contests according to an abc/washington post poll. unfavorable ratings at 50%. trails president obama about 19 points. the other only republican with a more unfavorable rate something newt gingrich. >> president obama after four days in korea, if you want a little taste of what he has going on according to obama for america, he has a page on pinterest. his check him online at day 3 of the supreme court arguments on health care reform. by all accounts mentioned, whatit wasn't a great day for the obama administration's lawyer. we are looking at chief justice rots roberts and justice kennedy as possible swing votes. bill will have more on that as he welcomes vermont congressman peter welch. join us on chat at we will be right back. as i understand it in radio they can't see you, so this is big for me. >>tv and radio talk show host stephanie miller rounds out current
for businesses really to glow and catch fire. >> from your standpoint, we're back with mitt romney, what is his, in your opinion, his number one pro growth initiative that will make the next four year s. >> better than the last four years. >> i think reducing government organization, encouraging free enterprise, getting the free enterprise system working again, getting the government out of way. they could be delivering taxes and, as he said, repealing obama care. i would say cutting back on the regulatory business would would be huge in this country. >> all right, we'll leave it there. many thanks. we appreciate your point of view. next up on kudlow, day three, are the supremes prepared to strike down obama care? you read your combat. quote. if you take the heart out of the statute, the statute is gone. up next, we talk to david rifkin, the man who represented the 26 states in their challenge to obama care. we'll get an inside-the-courtroom view. stay with us, please. >>> wham welcome back to the kudlow report. today's argument is focused on severabilitity. in other words, if the mandate is ov
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